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Thread: Triiforce MRC User Guide - How to Load Wii Ware from a USB Drive or SD Card

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    Getting the "error (ret = -1029)" during the installation of the Triiforce MRC SS USB - TFSS.wad under Step 3...gets the same error with the SD nand one, any help is appreciated.
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    I have some VC titles that work but still hang when you try to return to Wii. The games are listed in the image below. I noticed one similarity with all these games. On ShowMiiWads, they ALL have an IOS Flag: IOS9.



    Any ideas on what I might try to fix these so they exit to the Wii Menu? Actually, I use the emulators for most of these anyways, but I really would like to get Excitebike and Super Mario 64 to exit correctly.

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    I want to add triforce, but I only have one section (partition?) currently on my HDD connected to the Wii. My computer keeps telling me to format the HDD, but as far as I know, that will delete all of my games I already loaded on there (and that took awhile, believe me!).

    Is there any way I can add another partition to the HDD without reformating the whole thing? Will any program allow me to do this? I'm using WFBS Manager 3.0. I can access the HDD to move around ISOs from that program, but my computer tells me to format the drive whenever I plug it in.

    Help would be much appreciated.

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    No you cant. You would have to back up your games and format your drive. You need a fat32 partition for it to work.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    No you cant. You would have to back up your games and format your drive. You need a fat32 partition for it to work.
    Oh. That's what I feared.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyt32136 View Post
    Getting the "error (ret = -1029)" during the installation of the Triiforce MRC SS USB - TFSS.wad under Step 3...gets the same error with the SD nand one, any help is appreciated.
    This is caused for when the Wad installation program you use isn't set to use a cIOS that has IOS 38 as base. Which is intolerable, since several good games require slot 249 to have IOS 37 in it. I'm still waiting for the cIOS rev20 where this is promised to be fixed. For now, use slot 222 for the WAD installer if you have the Hermes cIOS installed or reinstall cIOS 249 with IOS 38 as base, because TriiForce itself seems to also require slot 249 to be base 38 (again, intolerable).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrvlhs View Post
    Can anyone tell me if this is the best and easier way to play multiple wiiware games without installing them on the wii?

    thanks!!!!
    This is the best and easier way to play multiple wiiware games without installing them on the wii.

    Just follow the instructions - but you don't have to redump your nand, you should have a clean dump from the first time your console was modded. You do have a backup of your nand RIGHT?!
    Wii (2009) 4.1U | Priiloader | BootMii | HBC | cIOS 38 r17 | USB Loader GX | Triiforce MRC SS

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    Chill out dude. I had, now I redumped it and deleted the old. What you said should be mentioned in the tutorial, if I knew these stuff, i wouldn't be needing a tutorial.

    I followed the tut and now after opening triiforce and clicking A, i get "Exception (ISI) occured"

    Can anyone help? Ty

    EDIT: Wii 4.1E. Priiloader. BootMii. HBC. cIOS 38 r17. USB Loader GX
    Last edited by mrvlhs; 07-27-2010 at 09:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrvlhs View Post
    Chill out dude. I had, now I redumped it and deleted the old. What you said should be mentioned in the tutorial, if I knew these stuff, i wouldn't be needing a tutorial.

    I followed the tut and now after opening triiforce and clicking A, i get "Exception (ISI) occured"

    Can anyone help? Ty
    I had no issues getting the app to work as intended and since then have even updated it to version 10b (from gbatemp). I think that before anyone else asks you - please list the specifics of your wii console softmod.
    Wii (2009) 4.1U | Priiloader | BootMii | HBC | cIOS 38 r17 | USB Loader GX | Triiforce MRC SS

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    thanks. updated my post, waiting for some help

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